Revolution (Texas : 1835-1836)
Found in 160 Collections and/or Records:
Papers include correspondence, affidavits, commission, certificates, military reports, and orders concerning the career of Ewing (1809-1853) as chief surgeon in the army of the Republic of Texas and as a Mason.
Consisting of Photostats, photocopies, and a bound volume of typed carbon copies of correspondence, the James Walker Fannin, Jr., Papers, 1835-1856, 1932-1933 [bulk 1836], chronicle Fannin’s career as a Texas revolutionary army officer.
The John Felloseby Letter, 1836, consists of a photocopy of a letter written by Felloseby to his daughter Mary Anna [Moseley?] during his trip to Texas on March 26 and 27, 1836.
The George Fisher Papers, 1830-1848, consist of photocopied and typescript correspondence, a report, and an article that document Fisher’s career and life during the Texas revolutionary and republic periods.
Consisting of correspondence, manuscript speeches and memoirs, receipts, books, photographs, and memorabilia, the Rebecca J. Fisher Papers, 1827, 1860-1927, 1936, 1944, 1964, chronicle the life of Rebecca J. Fisher during her tenure as a charter member and president of the William B. Travis chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas.
Typescript copies of correspondence, legal charges, and commissary accounts comprise the John Forbes Papers, 1835-1861, and document Forbes’ career as a soldier and commissary general of the Texas army.
The John Forbes vs. Nicholas Labadie Transcript, 1858-1866, is one of these transcripts and concerns a John Forbes’ libel suit against Nicholas Labadie relating to statements Labadie made about Forbes in his reminiscences.
Ambrose Cowperthwaite Fulton Papers, 1895-1903, 1993, are comprised of biographical material relating to the life of Ambrose C. Fulton.